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Installing PowerPivot on Terminal Services

Posted on 2011-03-16
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I am trying to install Powerpivot on a Terminal Server.  I get no errors, however the new ribbon doesn't show and on the initial start of Excel after installation, there is no prompt for enabling it.

Server: Server 2008, Ent R2

MS says that Term Serv is supported.

Does anyone know how to get it to work? I am trying to look it up online and not getting very far just yet.

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You need to make sure that

Virtual Studio tools for Office 2010 is installed.


Now it works perfectly
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